University of Jos (UNIJOS) School Fees 2023/2024

 




University of Jos (UNIJOS) School Fees 2023/2024


Is education at the University of Jos becoming more financially accessible? In a progressive move, the University Administration has implemented revisions in the School Charges structure for the 2022/2023 Academic Session, demonstrating a commitment to student needs and concerns.





The University of Jos has recently undergone critical discussions and deliberations, leading to an approved revision in the school charges for its undergraduate students, effective from the 2022/2023 Academic Session. This development is noteworthy for students, parents, and the general public and is aimed at maintaining transparency and inclusion of all stakeholders.
๐Ÿ’ฐ Fee Reduction Charges for undergraduate students have been revised and reduced for the 2022/2023 session.
๐Ÿ“† Payment Deadline Extended to 8th October, 2023.
๐Ÿงช Lab Charges Set at N25,000.00 for exclusive users.
๐Ÿ†• Fresh Students Will now pay N130,000.00, down from N180,000.00.
๐Ÿ”„ Returning Students Pay between N95,000.00 and N100,000.00, depending on courses and facilities used.
๐Ÿ’ผ Instalment Payments Introduced for both returning and new students, depending on the usage of facilities and courses offered.
๐Ÿซ Hostel Re-opening Naraguta, Zion, and Postgraduate hostels reopening from 22nd September, 2023.
๐Ÿ•’ Lecture Commencement 1st Semester lectures for the 2022/2023 Academic Session have commenced.





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Revised School Charges: A Responsive Administration

The University Administration at the University of Jos, showing its unwavering commitment to carrying every stakeholder along, approved a significant reduction in the charges after a productive meeting with the expanded Students Union Government Executives of the University. This meeting was imperative following the university’s earlier decision to revise its school charges structure, indicating its dedication to addressing the concerns raised by the student representatives effectively.
Concessions and Decisions: A Detailed Overview
1. Reduction in Main Charges:

Returning students who are not enrolled in GST courses will now be required to pay ₦95,000.00, showing a reduction from the earlier ₦150,000.00. Those offering GST courses will pay ₦100,000.00.
2. Adjustments for Fresh Students:

Fresh students are now entitled to pay ₦130,000.00, a substantial decrement from the initial N180,000.00.
3. Facility Usage Charges:

The charges for Laboratory/Studio/Workshop are now ₦25,000.00 for students who exclusively use these facilities, marked down from ₦30,000.00.
4. Introduction of Instalment Payments:

A flexible instalment payment structure has been approved, allowing both returning and new students to pay in two instalments, depending on their usage of university facilities and the courses they are offering.All returning students who are not utilising laboratory, studio, or workshop facilities and are not enrolled in GST courses are required to pay ₦95,000.00 as the first instalment and ₦10,000.00 as the second instalment.
Returning students who are not utilising laboratory, studio, or workshop facilities but are enrolled in GST courses are mandated to pay ₦100,000.00 as the first instalment and ₦10,000.00 as the second instalment.
Returning students who do not have GST courses but are utilising laboratory, studio, or workshop facilities are required to pay ₦95,000.00 as the first instalment and ₦35,000.00 as the second instalment.
All returning students who are utilising laboratory, studio, or workshop facilities and are enrolled in GST courses are mandated to pay ₦100,000.00 as the first instalment and ₦35,000.00 as the second instalment.
New students who are not utilising laboratory, studio, or workshop facilities but are enrolled in GST courses are required to pay ₦130,000.00 as the first instalment and ₦10,000.00 as the second instalment.
New students who will be utilising laboratory, studio, or workshop facilities and are enrolled in GST courses are mandated to pay ₦130,000.00 as the first instalment and ₦35,000.00 as the second instalment.
5. Support for Indigent Students:

Two percent (2%) of the amount payable by all students will be allocated for assisting indigent students, with one-half dedicated to scholarships and the other half for expanding the University’s Work-Study programme.
6. Provisions for Spilled Over Students:

Students with one semester left to complete their studies will be required to pay only 50% of the reviewed charges.
Extended Deadline and Representative Inclusion

The administration has magnanimously extended the deadline for the registration exercise by an additional 2 weeks, the new deadline now being the 8th of October, 2023. Additionally, two student leaders, including the SUG President and a nominee of the Hall Governors, will contribute to the Hostels Maintenance Committee, ensuring a balanced representation.
UNIJOS School Fees Schedule
1. Returning Students (Without GST/Lab/Studio/Workshop)First Installment: ₦95,000.00
Second Installment: ₦10,000.00
Total: ₦105,000.00
2. Returning Students (With GST, without Lab/Studio/Workshop)First Installment: ₦100,000.00
Second Installment: ₦10,000.00
Total: ₦110,000.00
3. Returning Students (Without GST, with Lab/Studio/Workshop)First Installment: ₦95,000.00
Second Installment: ₦35,000.00
Total: ₦130,000.00
4. Returning Students (With GST/Lab/Studio/Workshop)First Installment: ₦100,000.00
Second Installment: ₦35,000.00
Total: ₦135,000.00
5. New Students (With GST and Without Lab/Studio/Workshop)First Installment: ₦130,000.00
Second Installment: ₦10,000.00
Total: ₦140,000.00
6. New Students (With GST/Lab/Studio/Workshop)First Installment: ₦130,000.00
Second Installment: ₦35,000.00
Total: ₦165,000.00
Hostels Reopening and Ongoing Lectures: A Notice to Students

Post revisions, the University Administration sincerely advises students, parents, and guardians to acknowledge the revised charges and adhere strictly to the new payment and registration guidelines. It’s imperative to note that the 1st Semester lectures for the 2022/2023 Academic Session are already underway.

Moreover, it is exciting news for students seeking accommodation on campus that the Naraguta, Zion, and Postgraduate hostels will be reopening from the 22nd of September, 2023. However, the Abuja and Village hostels will await minor repairs before they are reopened.
A Continued Commitment to Excellence

The University of Jos continues to strive to provide excellent learning experiences, remaining steadfast in supporting students in achieving their academic and career aspirations. It pledges transparency, accountability, and enhanced partnerships with students and other stakeholders in managing resources and addressing areas of common interest.
Conclusion: Revised Charges for Enhanced Cooperation

This revised school charges structure is a significant step by the University of Jos in showing its responsiveness and commitment to the welfare of its students. The concessions made and the flexibility introduced in payments are commendable, reflecting the University’s dedication to fostering a conducive and inclusive learning environment. Students, parents, and guardians are urged to adhere to the newly instituted guidelines and leverage the extended registration deadline.

The University’s commitment to openness, dialogue, and partnership reiterates its focus on student welfare and academic excellence, fostering an environment where every stakeholder’s concern is addressed, and mutual growth is prioritised.

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